FAQ: What do caddies keep in the player’s bag for themselves?
Through our readers and social media followers here at The Caddie Network, we often receive questions related to the caddie profession. We’ve collected the most frequently asked questions from our readers and followers and tasked actual PGA Tour caddies to serve up the answers based on their experiences. Here are the answers — from PGA Tour caddies — to the questions we most often receive from you.
A golf bag is loaded with stuff for the player — equipment (obviously), but also things like an umbrella, rain gear and more. So what — if anything — do the caddies keep in the player’s bag for themselves?
What do caddies keep in the player’s bag for themselves?
We always have Advil, energy bars, mixed nuts, band aids and electrolyte powder.
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Caddied for Tour Players for 12 years. Always stuck in at least two Farmer Handkerchiefs. They had to have been washed at least 100 times before they got “good.” No end what you might need farmer handkerchiefs for on a golf course. Even made a tourniquet out of them one time.
Why do caddies not have an umbrella for themselves